Search results for: Jupp James C.
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Committed White Male Teachers and Identifications: Toward Creative Identifications and a “Second Wave” of White Identity Studies
This research reflection articulates complex, viable, and creative White identities, reconceptualized here as creative identifications. Using life history methodology, this research reflection articulates respondents' identifications as they emerge in life histories. Critiquing, engaging, and extending scholarship on White teachers, this reflection reveals respondents' recodings of White identifications and articulates how these recodings become useful in classrooms. Specifically, respondents recode bounded identifications, at times in progressive ways, using alternative media, illegal drug experiences, process spirituality, and other cultural resources in processes of “self” identification.
Updated: Nov. 23, 2010
This research reflection explores a narrative pattern that emerged in participants' interviews on student differences. This reflection reveals tensions between participants' structural and deficit understandings of student differences of race, class, culture, and language. Framing participants' understandings of structural and deficit thinking, this reflection articulates three discursive contexts relating to participants' work.
Updated: Jul. 13, 2010